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Today, Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade, together with DOTr officials, inspected the ongoing construction of the most-awaited Common Station in North Edsa, a project that was delayed for almost nine (9) long years!


With a previous, lingering dispute on the actual location, the DOTr settled the issue and started the construction of the Common Station, a 13,700-square meter concourse area that will interconnect the LRT-1, MRT-3, MRT-7, and the Metro Manila Subway.

"Papaano mo malalaman 'yung nagagawa kung aasa ka lang sa bunganga. Kaya ako nag-iinspeksyon, at the end of the year, gusto kong gamitin 'yung bunganga, yung mata, pati na 'yung tenga ko at nang sa ganun pwede akong gumawa ng judgement," said Secretary Tugade during the inspection.

Now under 24/7 construction, the Common Station is expected to serve approximately 478,000 passengers daily once operational by 2021.

Source: DOTr




LOOK: Common Station nearly complete

Today, Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade, together with DOTr officials, inspected the ongoing construction of the most-awaited Common Station in North Edsa, a project that was delayed for almost nine (9) long years!


With a previous, lingering dispute on the actual location, the DOTr settled the issue and started the construction of the Common Station, a 13,700-square meter concourse area that will interconnect the LRT-1, MRT-3, MRT-7, and the Metro Manila Subway.

"Papaano mo malalaman 'yung nagagawa kung aasa ka lang sa bunganga. Kaya ako nag-iinspeksyon, at the end of the year, gusto kong gamitin 'yung bunganga, yung mata, pati na 'yung tenga ko at nang sa ganun pwede akong gumawa ng judgement," said Secretary Tugade during the inspection.

Now under 24/7 construction, the Common Station is expected to serve approximately 478,000 passengers daily once operational by 2021.

Source: DOTr




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